SEA GIRLS – ” Why Won’t You Admit “

Posted: March 23, 2020 in MUSIC
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sea girls ready for more

Lincolnshire indie rockers have been impressing listeners with the strength of the singles which are loaded with hook and are just so damn addictive. The fresh faced fourpiece can often be heard on BBC Radio 1 and they have now just dropped their ‘Under Exit Lights’ EP that reveals a band eager to thrill the new generation across six tracks highly polished to pop precision.

“We’ve worked so hard to get here. We’re so clear-headed about where we want to go, where we want to be and what we want to say. I don’t want to let anything knock us off track. 2020 is going to be massive for us. Bring it on.”

Sea Girls have a sound that is unforgettable and upbeat. They have already built a massive worldwide following and are nearing 800,000 monthly Spotify listeners. Their debut album is coming this summer and they are already the staple on several official Spotify playlists. Sea Girls have just released an EP called “Under Exit Lights” which contains 6 tracks, some full band and some acoustic, which shows a different side of the band. The EP starts off with their last released banger-of-a-single “Ready for More“, which is still stuck in our heads from the first time we heard it. Another great track on this EP to zone in on is called “Why Won’t You Admit.” Another synth-heavy pop-rock smash, Sea Girls are really showing that they know how to pen catchy hooks and feel-good jams.

Sea Girls are: Henry Camamile (vocals/guitar), Rory Young (guitar),
Andrew Dawson (bass) and Oli Khan (drums)

As you wait for their debut LP, dive into this 20-minute collection of music: ‘Under Exit Lights’ is out on Polydor Records

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